Deep Mexican charm found in San Sebastián del Oeste, which feels as if it hasn’t changed much since the early 1900s.
It is well before dawn and thousands of people wait for the launch of hundreds of brightly coloured, uniquely shaped hot air balloons into the morning sky.
El Cerrillo in San Cristóbal de las Casas hosts some of the city’s top attractions, from the artisan market to the museum and library in Casa Na Bolom.
Born from deserts and dry forests of northern Mexico, the spirit brings smooth yet earthy flavours and a fascinating history to the table and bar.
The noble and royal city of Chihuahua is far more than just a starting point for a trip to the Copper Canyon.
The Reserva Huitepec, Orquídeas Moxviquil Botanical Garden and Arcotete Ecotourism Park will be sure to satisfy most nature lovers visiting the city.
From sipping wine in lush green vineyards to sampling some of the many fine Mexican cheeses, this is one of Mexico’s great gastronomic destinations.